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Washington, March '2 Senate
The. baukrupt Mil has been passed, and
;im nj uu i icniiiciii.
1 he I'oreigo committee) has reported
adversely to the resolution to protect
American ri iti t a in Mexico, mi l tho en-fore-
-ucnt of the- claims of American in-vi.-rt!
iuoiiI" in Mexican bonds.
Tli Conference! report r.-fiiitiir com
p m.i I interest notes, was I (it. 1. It
provide. f,,rtiii! issue, of 3 pruut loan
CiTtlllratl'S, llf Wlllcll till V llil Hi. ms onl v
shall bl! flU'Sl Itld ill.
Tim tenure-of-oHiee veto was road, and
the bill passed "notwithstanding, by o")
House. Tim pioceediuirs of the House
were guierally uuiutercstinjt, until the
reception of tho veto at 2 o'clock. The
galleries were Jammed.
Tlio President ay in effect : " 1 have
examined thu bill to provide a more o(fi
t?X. The Legislature of West Virginia,
following ir. th footstep of their illus
trious Tenicssce brethren, ha revised
the Frnneh' law of that State, making
it more ptringrnt. of course.
Mnrrffit. lu Jiii'--Im.i,' Tenn., on the
nth int., Iv liev. ,l i (i. M:i.m, Mr. f i
i.ry Asnrn-iS. of this place, to Miss Euii
C. lif l.AKU, iif J.me-b- i.'
tin the "JO'Ii uit., by Rev. J. K. Hincher.
Mr Jmuii li. I kos. of Sullivan Co., Tenn .
Mi Karau I'.. Ki.kk.ni. ii, ' Seot t o uii'y. Va
Srirnrfi'n Snnrrtlil Toiiif. This
: medicine, in .voted liy Hr.l. II SiiHKMK of
Philadelphia, is intended t.i di-solve flip food
' Hil l miike it into chyme, the firt process of
lilte-lion. liy cleii. "inn the sumach with
Scln-nck's M mdrake rills, the Tonic ""n re
stores the apct ite, and food that cniil. I not
lie eaten before using it will I easily dig-sled.
I Consumption cannot euro. I liy S -hi-nck's
j Pulmnnio Syrup unless tho stomach and liver
i in trade h.-sltnv ami tie. appetite restored,
. i .1.- 1- I not.. HA .....I :..
c , , , lo-uc.tf me ii.iim; itii'i i in:, in t i t-'i.m i in
cie.it government for the rebel fctates, i r, try ,. (lf .I1.1s,inip,iim.1 A i,if
with thecaro which it transcendent itn- ttvn i,ttles of the .nevweeh TiiMt' m..l
portallce awakens. I atn unable to us- , tli.ee or four l.,.xc-of ihe M ANDRAKE TIM. S
scut to it. 1 he reasons why are so grave, i win cup- m- or nnai v i..sei.i ,iy -pepsin
th.t I Inml tliev mill inflneneeeiiliirlitcneil ! "i. S' H ENI k make" p
Di . S) 1 1 KNl'K in nke prof 's-ionai visits ill
New oi k. Iln-t.m, ii o I ut his principal Office
in l'lii'iU'lelohiu every week. Sc-daily papers
of each j luce, or hi- iiiphlct on consumption
for his days fur visitntioii.
I'leiiie ask for lr Hclicnck's Mtimlrukc
I'ills," nml unserve thst the two likciu-sc of
the Doctor are on the tiovirninent stump
one when in the hist stupe of consumption, niel
the other in his prp-n.t health.
Sol. I liy nil Drujrjrists nn I .lealcrs. Price 2"
cents per b ix. I'riueipil Olliee, No i.'i North
(ith street, I'hil.i li liihi . I' . tienenil hole-
CurreiteJ Weekly, by Jof. R. Aj"ikrson,
UACON, per lb. 12. IJKKF. n.t.
p,rlb,4a.". UUTTKU.pcr lb,
IJKi:SVX, p. r IL. :t:S. OIIK'KKN!.
each. l.VJtl. 1U1KI Fill 'IT: Apples,
pei led, per bushel, il..r)tlai:.IMl, lVa. hos,
in, pei li d, per bush, 81 OM; peeled, 7.;;
liiai kbeiri' s, iliied, per Hi, 11 111. lc.
IviilS, per do7., 121 l KATIIKltS, per
'i. I'Mc FLO K, llperlilie, per cwt, Jtli
ati .in. L a I! I', per lb, 1:5a 14. MI.AL
per bu.li,('i;)a75. tllNSLNG, per lb, SO.
CO UN, per bush, 0.)a70. W1IKAT,
per bushel, '2a2.'Jft. KYK, per lo,s,,
?1 (M). OATS, per bush, u3c. SLF.PS:
Clover, per bu-h, ali;' 'Iimothy, go. 00;
Flax, il :. S.NAKK HOOT: .,.,..
ca, per lb, ij.'ij Vn'iiei., 7.(!. WOOL,
p r lb, 5:ih,:i:c. TALLOW, per lb, 10a
I Je. TOW and FLAX LIN FN, per
d. 'JOal!.'). JIjANF.S, Country, per yd,.
.- to Jl.tHI
IN tho cuiinty court of Sullivan county.
Peter Voakley and Juo M ll"1ton. n iin rs
of J Hasley, .lec'.l. Sink K.islcy et al.
It appearing I1..111 Ihe ulie itidim ill cnmpl't
insolvent tall, tiled ii, th s cae that Kobert,
Mi -es me I Itenj i in i n Kiislej are nun resi.leni,
and tl. it uih. r le irs at law nre unkrown ; It n
or ,, re.l thi.t pu' 'ieatinn he ue.e, n rcpiim!
by law, iu the Ltislul News, iiot tyinx tliein to
appear nt the (April term) uf the county
court of . u 1 1 1 vn iv county, Ti nil., an 1 il. teiul,
or the Mime wiil he taken lor confessed and
set for h' srd.ir expai to.
I'eb-rt.lsoV-pfi (!. I.. YATKS. Ork.
j:s ta n l is ii i:l i s.v.j.
Fourth nml Wiilnut st. Ciucinnaii. O. Wa'ke
k Taylor, I'M and 13t) Wah.ish Avenue, t'hi
Cftgo, III. Collins lirotliers. southwest corner
of aecoiul and Vine sts, St (..oiij. Mo. y-1
WoiMlerTiil bill I rue M 0 M K
RKMINOTUN, the wiu'M-rcium ued Astrolo.
gist and Miiumamhulistic Chin vuyiint. while in
; a cliiirvoyanl Ht.itc, ueliiieiiles die very leii
j tures of the person you are to marry, and by
aid of an instrument of intense power, known
i as the Psychomotrnpe, guarantee ! pro. bo
Instead of tintiealil:!: the hui shuess if a
Bintlle rule, t-ueh courts would deride Ihe I
'and patriotic moo. The bill places tea
States under military rulers. The Pres
ident also com lints the preamble. His
information shows that thu people are
united iu reorganizing their governments
on a basis of peace. After the jStatcs
adopt measures notoriously objectionable,
their representation will be allowed, with
out reference to the security of life and
property. The preamble's excuse for the
bill is udiniited by the bill to be false.
Military rules are established, not for the
preveutton of crime, but to enforce the
udoptioti of odious laws. Thu measure
iu character, scope and object is without
either precedent or authority. It is iu
palpable conflict with tho Constitution.
It is destructive of blood-bought libeity.
Th power jiiveu a brigadier general is
that of uti absolute monarch, whoso will
is law. lie deterinitiesall rights of per
i . i... .1, ......... ,.r l i
, ; ' i '. i .a perlect anil hte-likc picture."! the tuture
ami g ions witnin ins aistrici ; lie manes nil;ha., Iir wi,v f n,n appiieant. with -laic of
'his own criminal code. Everything is niurriuge, occup ition, lending traits of char,
crimiual which he deuuuiinatus crime ; 1 acier, i.v This is m iiiiiiiiiii, testimo-
evety person cuilty whom ho coudemus. ' "" w ithout number -a s,.rt. liy Mating
a i i ii tiho'e of h;r h, age. . ispo-ili oi, color id eyes
lie keeps no record ; need make uo re- " ' . ' ' : ',.,..., .,. i
' . and h nr. and em u. sing 111! V cents, ami -lainii-
port ; can break up courts, and make ' 0l, ,.(;vi.i,, ad.lrosse.l toV-ur-elf. y .u will
judges Utld jurors Cliltliuals. His luili- I reeene the picture by return mail, together
itary courts are of hi-own making; their . with desired mioi iiuitioii.
nffl...... f-..u. I.!, nwi. v,,b,.r,i;.i,.i..s i Address iii c ilifi lene.-i Madame Okiithi UK
lil.MINUloN. 1. I'. Cox .'1. o esl iroy, .... l.
(illUW 1 1 1 V I ! ill ''I ol hoc K. F.
responsibility, making it more cruel and l""i in..,,, the gi eat hng'i-u ......o i. i i.ur-
ir. , i . . i vovaut and I'svi'huineli lee. n. wh. iias ; -1 1 .u-
utnust. die several provisions, dictated i : '. . ,. , ., ;.,
. J, . ,. , 1 , , lshed the seieni.ln chiss,s i, i. , 0r:,,h m
uy Humanity, wnieu were luscne.j in ine
bill to restrain officers, will be found in
operative. Kach olticer may define
cruelty according to his own temper
The gug, lnsb, ball and chain lie within
Lis choice. The military commander,
uuder the provisions of the bill, may
condemn to death without trial, thus
avoiding the executive sanction The
authority given officers amount to abso
lute despotism, which is aggravated by
their power to delegate despotism to their
subordinates. 1 he bill declares, " he shall .
punish, or cause to be punished." This I
power had been denied the English kings I
for more than five hundred years. In '
all that time people speaking the Kilo - ;
lish language have never bourne such j
servitude. . It reduces the population, of ,
the State, without regard to color, sex or j
condition, and strangers also, within their i
limit) to (he most abject aud degrading
slavery. It may be auswered that the j
officers are just and humane. Doubtless
they are equally so with other classes,
but the history of the world has beeu
written in vaiu if it fails to show tho
danger of uurestraiued authority. It
almost, iuvariably becomes tyruuicul, if
the ruler is a stranger, aud appointed by
an unfriendly power. It has beeu tried
in Hungary aud resulted in sufferings
which have aroused the sympathies of thu
world. In Inland, though tempered
by principles of the English law, it be
got indignantly denounced cruelties. A
French (Jouveulion, arming deputies with
F O K
C 0 N F E C T I 0 N A R I E S I
'CIIAULES M. ST1CFF,
MAM'KACTrm. a or
irsiii nml feiuui-o IManos,
Factory 8! and HO Gamdi ti street, and 48 and
4 i Perry street, near Howard street,
AS a'.wavs on hand the laigest stock of
1'! VN.- in i lit city. Mv riunosiiru all
li ..-ewoo.l. tuii iron IVaiueaud ovei strung and
warranted for rive yi-ars u:t 1 the pvivih re of
exch.4 :!! within twelve mo lit ,s if u.,i 'iii.ieiv
aale Agents : Demas llarnes & Oi., a I P,,ik satist letory to the purchaser. S-eiuid-liainl
Unw. New Yur!s. 8 S II -nice. l'lS ll ihimuie I , ,,., ),;,, fifty to tliree niiii.ln .i ilolhus,
st. Baltimore, Md. John I) Park, N K cor of i lwavs on hand ;' Meli;.isu:is ami I'arlur tlr-
A LARGE STOCK OF GOODS,
i'rom the best maker-.
li iv- pi riii'- ion In refer to Kev. K. H.
lips, Va. Female Institute : J (..'. Covel
'irahaui, of l 1 n -1 .1 1 1 1 f .r the
Ib-ut. Ibiiub mo I llliiid. and Prof. Kliiiigi-r. of
Slam, ton, and Messrs. While A. Pole, Lexing
ton. Va.. w ho have Used our lli-ti iiiiu nis.
j Nov. 17, lHlitf.-tt
WHO AP.E NOW UIll'KIVIN'il
f f LAItUIT AND FINEST STUCK. OF
Toys, Toy Books,
Fire Works, &o., &c.
ever brought to this market. M ikmg this
line of business a specialty, and purchasing
largely, we arc enabled to sell our goods on
much better terms than they can be purchased
tl'Call and examine our stock,
dee I I tf J. W. UKKSE & r0.
now locale, I her-elf at llu l-ou.
Mad line Thornton po- i -ses
ful powers of second s'gnt. as
to e.iable her
to impart knowledge of tin gn-ate-t import
ance t. the single or inuriie l of totlo-r s. x.
While in ft state of trance, she ih-lineales the
very features of the person you are to marry,
and by the aid of an in-n une-iit of intense
power, known as the Psychoiaotrope, iru.uan
ti es to pro, luce a life-iike picture of tin-funii-t!
iiu.-baiid or wile of the appiu anl.t eth-r w ill
date of marriage, pn-lt.on in life, leading ti n ts
of i hala.-ter, c. Tiiis is no liiniihug, a- ill ni-sand-
of trstimonials can us-ert. ISlie will -i ml
w hen ilesirtd a certified certili. ate, or wridcii
gilaraiili e, that Ihe picture is w hat it purpoi ts
Iu be. liy in-losing a -m ili lin k of hair, and
statilig place of hirlii. nge.oispositiiin and e.ou
pltxion, ami ench-sii.g ti I IV cents mid stamped
envelope addressed to jour-elf, you will re.
ccive the picture and desired information by
return mail. All ciiiiiiiiuiiieatii.ns sacredly
confident. al. Address in conli-h nee, Mad.inic
K. F. TIIOP.NTOX, P. O. Uox 223, Hudson,
HAT3 1 HATS ! HATS !
Mdiiuoilurcin Jiililiirs in
IIuIn, tM iiml (uv uud,
270 W . HALTIMUUi; ISTKEET,
1 ESI Etl'i'FU ELY cail the attention of ihe I
X V M 'on ut ry Trade to their large and well
sili-cieil stock of Men aud lioys
A splendid assortment of Ladies Till M M El)
SILK FELT u-i SOtAW t.tltUW. .iiitf
HENRY C. CALDVELL,
t A-r I Watch-Maker and Jeweler,
k !(uiit -St., ZtriNtuI,
j ivSrli'Tr ULLY ii.fnrnis hi.-, i, ieud- and
1- customers that he will continue to serve
t lii-m punctually at the old s'all.l of Jones &
Caldwell, opposite T F VV uml's new store.
Clocks, Watches and Jewelry, careful iy re
paired as heretofore ai d warranted. Specta
cles of all kinds In suit all ages, with cases of
every description, and Watch findings of all
k.nd-, an I K.ys, Guards, Chains, Lip Kings,
SECOND FALL STOCK
Of New Goods !
At the Red Flag No. 1.
Wtll'Ll) resi.eetliilly liifurm the oitizers of
I and siiriiiuudiinr country that I
, , i. . i i
h.ie just received my sccon l siock oi r.ii.ii
,..,.1 WIM'Ell tilltlUS. which I propose to
sell very low for 1'UI or I'roUuCC.
My stork ine'iides
Dry liooils. (irocerios,
ilats, limits, Shoes,
Qui co-ware, C assware.
'Notions, Fancy Goods,
and a very select assoriiucni of Bonnets,
Uniiuet iiml Hat franies,
Hats, Flowers, llihhons, Velvets,
Ureas ISattons aji-1 trimmings.
Sc.. Sc., fie, for the ladies
te&- All kiuds.of COUNTRY THO
Dl'l'E takeu iu exchange for Goods.
T IU.ilVLl puces, eoii-isiinn ol Moin-
lins. Wool, Ue.anis, Silk". Alpaca,
Meriniic. KXI res Print-. Shawls, Capes,
Culls, Collars, Furs Turbans, Hats, Honda
Plumes, Perfumes, Jewelry, Cloaks, Cloths,
Clothing, Cashmere-, Jean. Carpets,
l'uigs Valises, t atuhela, Oil Cloths,
I'uttim I urns, lointstiit,
Sheetings, Hosiery, Uloves, I'mhrcll,
Boot, Shoes, II nls. Caps,, .-stationary,
Mi dicinrs, Paiiils, (lils, lye Stuffs, S icks
Groceries, Selninl lionks. Ink, Aiuunitionj
A LAKC.K ASStlUTMFN T OF
Mechanic's Tools, Hardware, I'ppcr Sol
Leather, (Jueinsware. Furmiiig L'ti-nsils, and
a thousand other things too tedious to uientioa
In view of the instability of our C.overn
inent, and uncertainty of financial affairs. I
wi di to close out my business, and now offer
inducement", wholesale or retail, to nil buy
ers, for u-h, or Pioduce eciunl to cash. I
don't wih to sell on any time or credit.
All persons owing balances on trade account-,
are rviii"sted to call within the noil
thirty days and settle. Ke iiriiing my sincere,
thanks for the liberal patronage given mi
hope to have a continuance of confidenn in
the course I deem it prudent to pursue.
Call at the Sign of the Stars and Stripei.
Feb. 21. tf J. R. ANDERSON.
J. O. FKPPKR, M. D. C. T. PEPFKB, M. . .
(Successors to Thomas S Campbell,) ,
DRUGGISTS and APOTHECARIES,
JEEP constantly on hand
Medicines, Drugs, Chcmioalt,
Paints, OiU, Dye-Stuffs,
Varnishes, Varnish Brushes,
Paint Brushes, Window Olas,
Patent Medicines, Perfumer,
Fancy Goods, Notions,
Coal'Oil, Coal Oil Lamps,
Lamp Ciinueys, Lamp Fixtures,
Cigars and Tobacco,
Stationery, &c, &c, &o.
rxJ-.. II. -HI Orders from the
C on ill ry promptly attended to.
Oct l'.l, lsiidy
600 HANDS WANTED!
TO work oil tne Knoxvine aud K.-ntuckr
llailroad. if 1.3(1 per day will be paid.
Oompctent persons, bringing 12 or 15 hands,
can obtain foreiiiaiiships. Apply to the uu
dersigned. liristol, or at lieadiiuartera on tee
lion .i.'i. on road above mentioned.
lebUiul It. F. lilblJ,
.INO (i. KINO.
Frei1 to Kv'rylx'dy.A Large fi pp
ciriaiiar, giving iiit-irmatioii of the greatest
importance to the young of both sexe-.
It teaches how the homely may become
beautiful, the despised respected and the for
No young lady or g.-ntlemaii should fail to
send ti.eir address and receive a copy postpaid.
by return mail. A Idn-.s
P. O DRAWER. 21, Trey. N V.
Latakia Tobacco Seed.
"YTE offer a limited stii i.lv of Seed of this
V V new variety of Tobacco, introduced by ,
linvard Tavh.r. Es,.. from .Ml. L, hainm. Ill
is pr iiiiced 1 HE FINEST S.MoKINU TO- I
li.U'CO IN THE WOULD, "soft, .aromatic,
nnd of delicious odor, resembling that of dried j
roses .Maturing in n very short lime, it can
be planted late with certainty of perfecting its
Price, (by nisil prepaid) 2octs. per packet.
JLj-'EiicIoso stamp fur descriptive circular.
Address, IjllW'll J. EVANS fi CO.,
No. ! N. George st., York, Pa.
Feb. 14, loi,7-eoW.'iii
0. A. Williams, A D. Williams.
C. A. WILLIAMS & CO.,
C O M M IS ;S 1 O N M K U CHANTS,
In CHAIN, FLOUR, PROVISIONS, &c.
Ilroad SUCft, Al'(l TA.Ji 1.
Nl'OhMAiloN regarding freights, prices
lurnished on application
Hcl'cr to W. W. James it Jones,
Miss Jennie Latham
irf A TiOllii( l.:idy returning to her
country hoiiic, after a sojourn ol a few months
I in tile city, was hardly recognized by her
j friends. In place of coarse, rustic, tlusliud
face, she had a soft ruby complexion of almost
marble smoothness, and instead of twenty-
i three she really appeare 1 but e'phtceii. Upon
' : .i ..- ..... .,.... i
1 llll.liy HB HI lliV IHUSC I . Pll 1 Ull It l.ll.lll)lC,
similar powers, soul, them to departments, i she plainly told them that she used the Cir
.,,,1 m .Usi.r..a murders and attr.n-iiies ' Vfl i l a liulm, and cotisid. red it an inval-
followed. An irresponsible deputy never
yields what the law does not extort.
Have we power to carry such a measure
into executiou f Geifainly not by deri
viag their authority from the Constitu
tion, aud acknowledging its limitations."
Thu rest of the message elaborates
tie Constitutional argument, embracuig
-oniiinic her ."school in temperance
The Spring sess'on commenced
on the lblh lebruary, and will continue bve
TERMS : Small children will be charged
two do'iiars per luui.th, aud tlio more advanc
ed classes two and-a half.
C)k, All persons wishing to patronize this
School will please send at once.
References: Wm. P. Brewer, Win. Towell,
J. R. Anderson and 8. M. Siovcr.
Jos. L. Kin;;, Andrew L. King.
JOSEPH L. KING k SON,
uubic acquisition to any lady's toilet. By its
use any Lady or licutleuinii can improve their
tiersoiuil appearance an hundred f .1 1. U Is
simple in its combination, as Nature herself is General Conimisi ion and Fuichasiiig Agents,
siniple.yet uusurpasse.i in its eincaey in uraw- Allailltt
NVITE coi.sigiiuients of Groceries, Produce
W. M. Lowry, lloht. J. Lowry.
W. M. & R. J. LOWRY,
Bankera and Conmiission Merchants,
No. Ill Alabama street,
1)llOMPT attention given to all orders and
. II. We are agents for Ynms and Do
mestics, and can supply any amount at facto
B. B. CARB.
hit impurities from, also healing, cleansing
and beautifying the skin and complexion, liy
its direct action on the cuticle it draws from it
nil its impurities, kindly healing the same,
leaving the surface as nature intend. . I it should
be, clear, soft, smooth and beautiful. Price
rhe Sneaker ruled that a two-thirds ! 1. ' ViHTr.''.,.rrrCC-pt t "5
l . . . . . i order by W. L. ( LARK 4: CO, Chemists, No ;i
. vote could suspend the rules, rendering
. . . ....i....
nniuusiering oui oi ine iiuesi ion.
The bill then passed, by 13o to 47.
In. the i'uiun. Mr. Wm. A. Hancher
has removed his stock of goods fioiu Dist.
No. 1 to the Tennessee side. In the fu
ture he can. be found in the Post Oftieo.
He has a nice little stock of goods on
baud, aud wishes to purchaso a largo
quautity of corn. Advertisement next
IA. Id Mississippi, South Carolina,
aud Florida, lh black population islaroe
ly in thu majority. So we may soon
look out, umler our present laws, for ne
gro Senators airl Congressmen.
Fresh G.rden Seeds t
LAUlili supply, just received at
Hi?Pa BROTH KB8.
West Fayette Street, Syracuse. N V, the only
American Agents for the sale of the same.
AVw lira tisn h h Otit.H.
Tho most valuable White Oats in cul
tivation. Tne urain is lari;c, tuiiuip uud
and .Manufactured Articles, and solicit or
ders for the purchase of Cotton aiol other pro
ducts of the South. Warehouse Wuisliip
Block. Peachtree St.
Ht-iVWe give s)iecinl attention to the sale of
E ast Teiinessc. 1 ...duce, such as FI.OL'R, BA
CON, L.VhD, CORN, OATS, MEAL, WHEAT,
HAY, POTATOES, APPLES, ONIONS, BUT
TER, &c. feb'21, 18u7-lm
Fruit Trees !
i rcmurkublv heav)- weighing 44 to 45 20 000 Evcry'tui
lbs. pr. bu.hcl straw bright, free liom . ' frift per
rust, stout. carrvin tho uraiu up well
1 They yield 50 to lUd pr. cent more than
i the common white oats, on the same soil
and with sume culture. Sample scut to
j applicants inclosing stamp. 1'iieu $1 pr
' neck, 3 per bushel.
KUW'D. .1. KVANS&Co.
A'o 9 Ar. Gi-o. (. York, J'it.
Feh. 2S 4
75,000 BRICK FOR SALE!
AO any out alu w,'. .ke i,.e lot a h.i.'a.u
is ouoiod. Apply to it. r. uiiiii,
febUml BruitoL, Xaua.
APPLE TREES ready for de-
s season, at
it'Oi per II uiul it'll.
Also a good collect'ou of other FRUITS,
aud ORN A .M EN TAL PLANTS.
Address, S. W. CARN'AIIAN',
feb8. 18i;7-'Jm Abingdon, Va.
Cockade Washing Soap,
lliwiftiind German Bitters,
Sandlord's Liver lnvigoraior,
piekels and Catsup,
Cheese, Crackers aud CundLes,
Oy - ei -, Sardines,
Just received nnd for sale bv
jfcoll PLPPEa BROTHERS.
H. 1". OLl'.NS. J. A. WlllOHT.
GLENN, WRIGHT & CARR,
Geneial liomiuission, iHorago,
and Forwarding Merotants,
J-Situated a'ong side of the Railroad,
Goods received or forwarded by us will not he
taxed with, nor will they be liable to the dam
age incideiit to drayae, when in sufficient
quantities to warrant the transfer of cars to
our private irack.
Rifer iu the Presidents and officers of the
E T & Va. and fc T Ga. Kouds. jau25iuJ
New Store in Bristol Va. Side.
Fowler & Gibboney,
(Successors to KA4WB Williams,)
T T AVE just opened their splendid stock of
1 of DRY GOODS, Notions, Ilats, Uoimets,
Mines and Boots, and iuvito attention to their
stock aud prices.
CORN SHELLEUS jut arriving, em
Ct) bracing aline variety say Nos. 3 and 4,
single spout, well iidnptt-d to farm use or lor
sheiling large quantities and a flue lot of
double spout shelters.
WE are Agents for 0. G. Goodell k Co'i
Iron frame SEPARATING SHELLER,
ami the unrivalled FARMERS' BOILER, with
stove attached, made by same parties at Ma
rion, Va We will always have tbem on hand.
LADIES' fine Dress Goods, Hoop Skirts,
Kid Gloves, trimmed and untrimmed Bon
nets, Skirl Supporters, Dress Elevators and
other articles too numeruus to mention, just
" f ILL SAW'S, Broad Axos, Adzes, Grind
Ill, stones and hangings, loor Clamps,
I Giass, Putty, and every variety of Old Doniiu
ion Nails, on baud and at low rates.
SPADES, Shovels, Forks, and every article
needed in the Hardware line: Hay and
Straw cutters in variety. Mackerel, Roe aud
Halifax Herring, just received.
WEI. H. JONES,
(At the old stand of Joue- At Miller.)
WHOLESALE .iND RETAIL GRO' ER
AND COMMISSION MERCHANT,
Tire Proof Buildm-, No. 107 Main St.k
Will g:ve particular attention to the sale of,
nil consignments of Merchandise, ahoTuhao- 1
co, Wheat, Fiour, Bacon, Butter, Li.rd, ad
Cuuntrv Produce generally, and keep con-
! stantly on hand a goo i assortment of I'am- ,
III' iro,l'l'll,K, Liquors, Wines, Staple
! Dry Goods, Iron, Nails, JiC. nnvtty
LBS, Sugar every grade large
,1JUU quamiiiea oi mo aim Java uonee,
now ou hand aud of the best quality and at low
Time fails us to tell all we have. We are
head quarters for Groceries, Implements and
Tools, and in every variety of Dry Goods, io.,
we ask an examination of our stock and we
solicit produce and Cuih in exchange for
In many instances we pay Cash for pro
duce. We pay the best prices. We do busi
ness on the pay down system would rather
close business than have accounts
Feb 8, 1807 FOWLER & GIBBONEY.
By W. H. & I. A. NICK.EL3.
United States Bonded Warehouse. 1
THE subscribers respectfully in
vites the attention of ihe public to
their I iilU'ol Hult-N ltouded
luo taiu Street, LYNCHBURG, VA
We are now prepared to receive iu our Fire j.m "5
and all MERCHANDISE
to bo placed in bond lor sale, or on storage.
LEE iL TAYLOR, Grocers
govt? aud GomoiiHfliou Merchants.
IV A FJ T E D
At the sign of the RED FLAG No. 1,
0,0 0 0 BUSHELS OF CORN,
For which CASH will be paid,
By A VT. WILBAR.
DR. JN0. H. MORTON,
Sl'ltUEOX and riWisWlAN,
lUf OFFICE at Enr'r Drag ftttra.